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William Shakespeare fails to get to grips with Microsoft Word.
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The time travel program had been colossally late and over budget. When it finally succeeded the government devised a project it hoped would capture the public imagination and deflect the tide of criticism in time for the next election.
They went back and collected William Shakespeare shortly before his death. A burst appendix was swiftly fatal in 1616, but in 2006 a short operation, a course of antibiotics and a couple of weeks in the hospital saw the Bard fit and well.
He was raring to start work on his latest tragedy and asked for a quill, ink and parchment. They explained that things had moved on, gave him a 2.3GHz Dell Pentium III with Microsoft Office, a quick overview of Word, a priority number for the help desk and left him to it.
He typed: "Belong to the gallows, and be hanged, ye rogue! is this a place to roar in?".
There stole a small and creeping verdant worm beneath the "is". What demonry was this? And if he press'd, what more vile serpents would them show?
He stopped and sat perplexed. Were his words putrefying?. If he wrote more would they in turn decay and crumble into dust?. He phoned.
Three hours later a spotty youth arrived from the help desk. Yer well its yer grammar checker innit? there oughta be a full stop after rogue! and went away muttering about so called literary geniuses.
To calm his nerves he went for a couple of drinks in the bar next door. The variety of alcohol was one of the few things he liked about this strange world. None of it tasted of rat droppings. It took him a while to get going again afterwards.
He typed: "Avaunt! show not thy dishonour monster, nor voice you noise anon."
The worm had crept and multiplied and now 'neath 'show' it flaunted colour of the oak, but worse, preceding, a bleeding rugose line beneath "Avaunt".
He typed "Behold their quarter'd fires, have both their eyes and ears so cloy'd importantly as now".
The 'quarter'd', 'cloy'd' now lit like wav'd fire beneath.
He stopped and sat frozen with doubt again. Was there some fiery demon come to consume his words?. Was the puddle of blood beneath avaunt some fearful omen?. He picked up the phone.
Two hours later the spotty help youth was back. Yeh well the red ones yer spell checker innit what on erfs an avaunt when its atome? look see ere just click up ere where it says grammar an spell check an it gives you the alternatives dunnit? He went away muttering about bald old ignoramuses.
The spell checker dialog bore legends ignore, ignore all, add, cancel, change, change all, autocorrect, options, undo, cancel. He had no idea what to do, but it appeared from the youth's demeanour that there was nothing to fear and he decided to ignore the strange colours.
He went back to the bar for several large whiskeys and a couple of large other things he had forgotten the name of but were very pleasing. It took him even longer to find his muse again.
He decided to write the most moving scene where Lactitia confronts Beruccio, who was posing as a kindly friend, with her knowledge of his betrayal and fatally stabs him.
He typed: "Act 2 scene 3. Lacticia. Enter stage left. To Beruccio. Hail to you my kind friend, my dear sir"
"It looks like you're writing a letter" said the paperclip entering stage right.
He was terrified of saying no to this hideous little goblin and went along with its suggestions. The finished scene thus went as follows:
Act 2 scene 3
14th June 2006
CC: Duke of Pangamo
Re: Your betrayal in the preceding act
(muses) What dream I had of this, of fatal fury?.
Enc. Fateful dagger, one.
It was not how he had envisaged the fateful scene. When the goblin appeared to be engrossed in scratching itself, he picked up the phone.
The spotty help youth was back in only an hour this time. Yeh well its yer assistant innit? gives yer elp in completin letters and stuff innit? if yer don wannit yer just press cancel ere. He went away muttering about how bluddy old Tudor geezers shoulda stayed where they wos and stop wasting is bleedin time.
He had totally lost his ideas and his mind was blank.
He typed 'Poxy doxys' cocks'.
It was Shakespeare's final line and therefore one, which in centuries to come would be quoted more than any other.
He came back to the office totally rat arsed and, being frightened of the lifts, fell head first down the service stairs and killed himself.
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